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Nicholas Nickleby


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By Charles Dickens , dramatised by Mike Walker. Followingthe death of his father, Nicholas is found a position as assistant to Wackford Squeers at Dotheboy's Hall in Yorkshire. Part 1 of 30. Music arranged and performed by Melanie Pappenheim and Anne Wood. Director Jeremy Mortimer. Repeated from 10.45am
The Nickleby family fortunes and an audio offer: page 28


Unknown: Charles Dickens
Dramatised By: Mike Walker.
Unknown: Melanie Pappenheim
Unknown: Anne Wood.
Director: Jeremy Mortimer.
Dickens: Alex Jennings
Nicholas Nickleby: Oliver Milbum
Ralph Nickleby: Richard Johnson
Mrs Nickleby: Anna Massey
Newman Noggs: Bruce Alexander
Miss la Creevy: Janine Duvrtskl
Mr Snawley: Loan Meredith
Wackford Squeers: Ken Campbell
Mrs Squeers: Maggie McCarthy
Smike: Raymond Pickard
Fanny Squeers: Sophie Thompson
Tilda: Tilly Gaunt
John Browdie: Gareth Corke

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